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Style sessions at Stockland opens up clothing options

TREND TAKER: Kayla pulls off the peplum and printed pants trends in style. She wears a Big W top ($25) and pants ($40). Accessories from Lovisa and Corelli heels from Williams Shoes (Monicas - $44.99).
TREND TAKER: Kayla pulls off the peplum and printed pants trends in style. She wears a Big W top ($25) and pants ($40). Accessories from Lovisa and Corelli heels from Williams Shoes (Monicas - $44.99). Brenda Strong

PERSONAL styling sessions are not just for the celebrities who need constant image maintenance.

They're a great way to provide inspiration, help you with any insecurities and get you out of a style rut.

Having someone else take charge of your style opens you up to types of clothing you never would have dared to pick yourself.

You may be surprised.

If not for you, they're a great present for the person who has everything or as a pamper gift.

Cassandra Fisher is the stylist for Stockland Gladstone and we did a session with four local ladies.

For this shoot Cassandra used a lot of colour, matching elements in the clothes to the accessories and shoes.

It's all very on-trend, but if your style is more classic don't worry.

Cassandra gets clients to fill out a questionnaire to tailor her styling to your needs.

Facts

  • $110 - includes questionnaire, consultation and personal shopping experience.
  • 12 womens and accessory stores to choose from.
  • Call 4978 1944 or go to www.stockland.com.au/gladstone to book or for more information.

Style Sessions

Kayla Mailley, 25, mum and Qantas Link operations officer

Kayla said: "It's really hard to dress yourself given the variety we have here. She shows you can look good in Target and Kmart!"

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BEFORE: Kayla Mailley, 25, is a mum and Qantas Link operations officer.
BEFORE: Kayla Mailley, 25, is a mum and Qantas Link operations officer. Brenda Strong

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chloe Byrnes, 22, Bluecare nurse.

Chloe said: "You don't have to worry about styling yourself, they do it all for you and find something that looks really good and saves the hassle."

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BEFORE: Bluecare nurse Chloe Byrnes, 22, participated in a Stockland stylist session.
BEFORE: Bluecare nurse Chloe Byrnes, 22, participated in a Stockland stylist session. Brenda Strong

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lameez Yunus, 19, wedding and events planning student.

Lameez said: "Cassandra puts me into clothes I wouldn't choose (lots of colour). I really like it, and didn't think I would."

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BEFORE: 19-year-old Lameez Yunus is a student with a future in wedding and events planning.
BEFORE: 19-year-old Lameez Yunus is a student with a future in wedding and events planning. Brenda Strong

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Naomi Baillie, 24, personal trainer at Idol Health & Fitness.

Naomi said: "I think it's a first to hit Gladstone, a stylist is pretty special. Buy it for your friends and family as a present."

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BEFORE: Naomi Baillie is a 24-year-old personal trainer for her business Idol Health & Fitness.
BEFORE: Naomi Baillie is a 24-year-old personal trainer for her business Idol Health & Fitness. Brenda Strong

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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